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Synonyms for infeasible

not capable of being carried out or put into practice

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The report also pointed out that while the company is considering expansion to boost production, this is infeasible due to high taxes, including income tax and mining fees, which amount to about 40%.
I have to say that it would be an infeasible policy to separate the Futenma unit and move it outside the prefecture.
the Consultative Council of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia underscored the importance of dual production of electricity and desalination of water if the two projects were to be placed on sea coasts or their vicinities, or where there are artisan salt water with abundant quantities with the exception of where it was proved economically infeasible to have dual production or where there is no demand for water or electricity.
BOJ Governor Masaaki Shirakawa also argues that foreign bond buying by the BOJ would be infeasible under the current law.
An overly complex installation can transform remote monitoring into an economically infeasible burden.
Pakistan had installed a biometric system worth millions seven years back at the Pak-Afghan border but Afghanistan government objected to the system and made it infeasible.
THE DEATH AND LIFE OF CHARLIE ST CLOUD (12) is a sentimental drama with an infeasible plot, as Zac Efron has to learn to let go of his dead brother.
According to him, although it seems unrealizable and infeasible, the idea of confederation with some EU member should be reviewed and an agreement that would take us inside the EU should be concluded.
Legal restrictions cited in the report include laws that require a mandatory waiting period before a woman can obtain an abortion, counseling requirements that force doctors to present a biased and sometimes inaccurate description of abortion and its consequences, and ambulatory surgical center laws that mandate sometimes costly and infeasible clinic renovations.
lt;p>"The architecture to properly support TCP/IP protection does not exist on Microsoft Windows 2000 systems, making it infeasible to build the fix.
Because of the trapdoor integer factorization problem, it is computationally infeasible for an intruder to find the Euler totient function [phi](N).
Though Egypt never officially banned the import of steel, for years it importation was infeasible as a result of high freight costs and a production cost advantage enjoyed by local producers.
Here we introduce a modified chain growth constructor to produce the initial population, where intermediate infeasible structures are recorded, thereby reducing the risk of attempting to perform wasteful point mutations during the mutation phase.
An interesting aspect of this work was that the infeasible individuals would normally become feasible as a consequence of the evolutionary process performed.
As time goes on the building will become more and more economically infeasible, so to reduce expenses and streamline operations we need to sell as soon as possible.